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A Note to Our Customers About COVID - 19

To our valued customers:
Chill Brothers has updated policies to adhere to the constantly changing COVID-19 situation. We understand that this is an uneasy time for many and we are committed to the health and safety of our customers and employees, which is why we are taking extra-precautions.

We are closely monitoring the COVID-19 situation, and implementing best practices provided by the United States Public Health Service.

We are continuing to operate. If you have questions regarding our current processes, please feel free to contact our team at .

The Chill Brothers Team.

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by Macy

Chill Brother of the Month – Joel Stewart

  We would like to recognize Joel Stewart, Executive Vice President of Sales, as Chill Brother of the month! Joel was a part of the starting team here at The Chill Brothers and oversees our sales. He enjoys traveling and seeing how the Chill Brothers can improve.  Take a deep dive into who Joel is […]

HVAC AC Repair Spring Nov 21
by Macy

How to Stop Mold Growth in your Air Conditioner

Mold in cooling systems is a typical household issue, and the worrisome aspect is that it may go undiscovered for a long time. There are some unmistakable signals, such as black dust and musty odours, as well as certain physical symptoms, such as an intense cough that will not subside and irritated or itchy skin. […]

Thermostat Nov 14
by Macy

5 Things to Know About SEER Ratings

  You may have heard the term “SEER” before when talking about air conditioners. SEER stands for Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio and is the core rating when it comes to knowing your HVAC’s effectiveness. It is important to know what the different levels of SEER are and what it means for your HVAC system. Here […]

HVAC Inspection And Cleaning Services in Spring, Texas Nov 7
by Macy

7 Reasons Why Your Furnace is Blowing Cold Air & How to Fix It

When you start to run your furnace and notice it is blowing cold air, this could mean a variety of things including gas supply, filter issues, flame detector or just an issue internally. You might think that this means your furnace is broken, but determining why it is blowing cold air will be the first […]

Man doing HVAC fall maintenance Nov 5
by Olivia

5 Easy Ways to Prepare Your HVAC System for Fall

The main reason is to prevent breakdowns and heating problems when you need your system. However, you can also do it to save money. Any issues with your system will translate to higher energy bills. That is why one of the ways to detect if your unit has an issue is to examine your recent […]

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by Macy

Chill Brother of the Month

We would like to recognize Mike Reinhardt, Lead Coordinator, as Chill Brother of the month! Mike started his journey with The Chill Brothers as a customer. One of our comfort ambassadors knocked on his door to talk about upgrading his current HVAC system. Surprisingly, his 17 year old system had just gone out and our […]

HVAC technician performing furnace maintenance Oct 29
by Olivia

Heating Maintenance Checklist for your Furnace this Winter

It’s that time of year again – the cold weather is slowly making its way to our area. That means it’s time to start thinking about how you will keep your home warm this winter. One of the most important things you can do is ensure your furnace is in good shape. The Chill Brothers […]

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by Macy

The Chill Brothers Partnered with Lennox Feel the Love Program

Houston-based HVAC dealer participates in Lennox Feel the Love Spring, Texas, October 11, 2022- The Chill Brothers (‘Chill Brothers’), a Lennox Premier Dealer and Centurion Award winner, were ecstatic to participate in the Lennox International Feel the Love program. This community outreach program, created in 2009, was created to lend a helping hand to families […]

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by Macy

5 Ways to Make Sure Your Furnace is More Efficient and Less Costly

  It’s that time of the year to start up our furnaces again and turn off our air conditioner. This is the time when people expect to see their energy bills skyrocket, but that doesn’t need to happen. By knowing your systems efficiency rating, size, age and additional maintenance, you can save your hard earned […]

by Olivia

7 Tips for Eliminating Air Conditioner Noise in Your Home or Office

When you can’t rest well or have to speak louder in your house or workplace to be heard over the hum of your air conditioner, your system is producing too much noise. Conceivably, cooling or warming your home or place of work should not come at the expense of peace, your need to relax, or […]

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by Macy

How to Protect Your AC for a Freeze

  As the temperatures drop, even in the slightest, it can affect your air conditioning unit. Especially when the temperatures drop significantly, your AC could potentially freeze up or break down. There are many things you can do to prevent your system from freezing up. Stay warm this fall season and protect your HVAC system!  […]

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by Macy

3 Reasons Why You Should Get an HVAC Tune-up

Our air conditioners go through a lot during the Summer months, especially in Texas. They tend to work their hardest during these months and that means it’s a good idea to get a Fall tune-up in order to ensure the efficiency of the unit itself. But what does a Fall tune-up include and why is […]

Sep 26
by Macy

How Air Conditioning Helps Alleviate Allergies

The season is starting to change so we can expect seasonal allergies. But did you know that having an effective air conditioning repair in Houston, tx helps alleviate allergy symptoms? You can sneeze less and play more with proper maintenance and filters!  But how can air conditioning trigger allergies? It may perform various functions, including filters, […]

Air Conditioner Leaking Sep 22
by Olivia

8 Potential Causes of Indoor Air Conditioner Leaking

If you’ve observed water seeping from your air conditioner, you’re not the only one. This is a common issue that many individuals deal with. In most cases, the water comes from the coils in the back of the unit. Many times, this is simply due to condensation. There are a few additional reasons for an air […]

chillblog3 Sep 9
by Macy

Best Ways to Recycle your Old Air Conditioner

It’s hot outside, and you’re sweating bullets. Your air conditioner is no longer working, leaving your home to bake in the summer heat. Your air conditioner is old and inefficient, and you’re wondering if recycling it is a good option. Throwing out your old air conditioner is wrong and bad for the environment. Technically, an […]

HVAC repair Aug 25
by Olivia

5 Reasons Why Your HVAC System Needs Professional Services Now

New Homeowners often don’t understand the amount of attention they should give their HVAC system until something goes wrong and the house becomes unbearably hot or cold. This is where HVAC professionals come in. These professionals have the know-how, skills, and tools to keep your system running at peak condition. Prospective homeowners may not know […]

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by Olivia

How to Protect Air Conditioner in Summer

Air conditioning systems are used to cool down the temperature of the room or building. They work by removing heat inside the building using a refrigerant, which transfers that heat outside. The air conditioners can be installed for both commercial and residential purposes. They are crucial in keeping your house cool and comfortable during the […]

Lennox AC thermostat Jul 29
by Olivia

Thermostat Buying Guide to Control temperature

A thermostat is an electronic device that controls the temperature of your home’s heating and cooling system. The mechanical unit regulates the temperature of your units by regulating the control of the heating and cooling fans. The term thermostat is also used to refer to this specific type of control unit. It can also be […]

HVAC repair Jul 18
by Olivia

5 Proven Summer HVAC Maintenance Tips

Summer is here, and with it comes the extreme Texas heat. Air conditioners and heat pumps keep you cool during the summer months but, if you don’t maintain them, they’ll need repair or replacement sooner rather than later. That’s why we’ve put together a list of maintenance tips for your HVAC system. Here are some […]

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by Olivia

Chill Brothers Completes Acquisition of Texas Central Air

Houston-based HVAC dealer makes its first strategic acquisition to expand its market footprint and add commercial services to its existing residential business.

Houston, TX, JULY 14, 2022 – The Chill Brothers (“Chill Brothers”) are pleased to announce the acquisition of Texas Central Air, an installer and service provider for commercial and industrial HVAC equipment.

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by Olivia

The Best Air Conditioner Temperature Settings for Summer

Learning about the ideal air conditioner temperature for summer weather can help people save money and stay comfortable in the heat. When choosing the temperature for your air conditioner, there are many things to take into account. From checking your air conditioner’s functionality to understanding energy prices in your area, here’s what you should know about summer AC best practices.

Air Conditioner Leaking Jun 22
by Olivia

3 Things to Know If Your Furnace Is Leaking Water in Summer

You’re having a perfect summer day when you notice water dripping from your furnace. What do you do? Many homeowners frequently deal with this widespread issue but don’t know how to solve it. Here, we will discuss why your furnace may be leaking and what to do if you find it leaking. If you find water leaking from your furnace, it’s crucial to take action immediately.

Chillblog Jun 13
by Olivia

4 Foolproof Tips to Protect Your Air Conditioner During Hurricane

Whether preparing for an upcoming hurricane season or wondering what you can do to be better prepared the next time a storm hits, turning your attention to the air conditioner is very important. You could expose the unit to severe damage or destruction without proper preparation. The steps to take depends on the time.

AC servicing Jun 4
by Olivia

How Do I Know What AC Unit Size Is Best For My House?

The air conditioning unit size you need for your house depends on various factors, such as the square footage of your home or the number of people in your house. It can be challenging to determine the proper size, but it is essential to get this right to avoid high energy costs. The following article will help you in your process of selecting the best AC unit size for your home.

air duct cleaning in spring houston May 27
by Olivia

How Often Does My Furnace Require Maintenance Service?

Your HVAC system should consistently provide the desired temperatures to ensure comfort in your home, especially during extreme weather conditions. When it’s cold, your furnace should give heat. One way to ensure this is through furnace maintenance services to avoid severe issues due to excess debris and unnoticed problems. A perfect time to service your furnace is during fall.

Regular HVAC Inspection And Cleaning May 21
by Olivia

The Importance of Choosing the Best Thermostat for Your Home

Thermostats make it easier for homeowners to keep their homes comfortable. The correct model can allow that to happen while saving energy and money.

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by Olivia

What is SEER Rating and How Does it Impact your HVAC system Performance?

SEER ratings provide a window into how efficient an HVAC system will be. Reading the following article should answer the majority of your questions about how SEER works before you buy a new system.

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by Olivia

3 Spring HVAC Maintenance Tips You Need to Know

The warm months are already upon us in Houston. To be fully certain your unit will reliably cool your home, strongly consider scheduling an A/C spring tune-up or spring A/C repair services with the professionals at The Chill Brothers.

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by Olivia

Importance of Good Indoor Air Quality in Your Home

Indoor air quality is often affected by a number of factors, including allergens, irritants, and pollutants. Understanding these factors and the effects they can have on the quality of the air you breathe inside your home.

chillblog3 Mar 21
by Olivia

What is R-22 and why is it illegal?

About 90% of households in the U.S. have an air conditioning unit. We use air conditioning to make our homes comfortable by regulating and maintaining optimum conditions. All air conditioners are equipped with a refrigerant to provide a cooling effect. Read on to find out more about it.

by Olivia

Why You Should Give Your HVAC System A Spring Cleaning

Spring cleaning your home is important to many homeowners. But do you have a spring cleaning for your HVAC system? Read below about how and when you should call The Chill Brothers to come do a tune up! Read the blog to learn more.

Chillblog Mar 19
by Olivia

Signs Your HVAC System Needs Replacing

Everyone knows that HVAC systems are not perfect, but how long do HVAC systems last? There’s a lot to know about your system’s operation and efficiency, especially considering how new systems are becoming more efficient and higher-tech every year. This article will help you know the signs that your system might need to be replaced.

The Chill Brothers Founders, Brennan Mulcahy and Andrew Schneider, pictured receiving the Lennox Centurion Award Mar 18
by Olivia

The Chill Brothers are 2021 Recipients of the Lennox Centurion Award

Houston HVAC dealer recognized for outstanding business accomplishments and excellence by Lennox® Industries

Houston, TX, March 18, 2022 – Lennox Industries, a trusted HVAC brand for over 125 years, awarded The Chill Brothers (HVAC & AC Purification Company) the Lennox Centurion Award.

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by Olivia

10 Easy Ways To Improve Home Air Quality

What is all the hype about air quality? Between the cooler temperatures, escalating environmental awareness and the continual COVID pandemic, people have lots to say and wonder about when it comes to air quality.

The truth is that air quality is not a new topic. Environmental health research has been working for decades on it.